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Drive Home Chords

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Drive Home
Steven Wilson
The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories)
2013

Listen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izJ7jXj_uc4

Note: The short melody before the chorus could be played with a Dmaj7/D# (X67675) and a 
reguluar D (X57775)


[Verse 1]

Em        A
Cold windowpane
F      C         D
Car up turned in rain
Em         A
Wait on in vain
F            C        D
Don't try to bear the blame
Em            A
Deal with the pain
F              C     D/D#
Dust down your wings again


[Chorus]

Em
You need to clear away
        C
all the jetsam in your brain
             A     Amaj7
And face the truth
Em
Well love can make amends
          C
While the darkness always ends
             A
You're still alone
   Amaj7
So drive home


[Verse 2]

Em            A
Pause without end
F         C         D
Moment in time suspends
Em            A
How could she leave?
F                C         D
Release all your guilt and breathe
Em           A
Give up your pain
F            C     D
Hold up your head again


[Chorus]

Em
You need to clear away
        C
all the jetsam in your brain
             A     Amaj7
And face the truth
Em
Well love can make amends
          C
While the darkness always ends
               A
You're still alone
         Amaj7
So drive home
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verm 10 wrote on April 15 2013, 07:14 pm

intro melody is based on something like Em Bm Am Bm
but i prefer to ignore this part and play it like it's written here
these chords are perfect

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evildave9000 10 wrote on August 18 2013, 07:18 am

Dmaj7/D# = D#m7b5. It's like a D#dim but instead of playing the 6th (or bb7th) you have a dominant 7th (or b7th). I want to work out a two guitar acoustic version of this, so I may tab out a lot of it soon. It's a great song - and that solo!!

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evildave9000 10 wrote on August 18 2013, 08:38 am

Listening to it, the part at the end of the verses is D#m7b5 to Dmaj7. (Or you could think of it as Dmaj7/D# to Dmaj7).

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